A Note on This Beer
Don’t let the name Cream Ale fool ya -- there’s no cream added, the name stems from just how gosh darn smooth these Lagers go down. Commonly associated with watered down macros like Genesee, many craft fans have never experienced the lost art of this subtly sweet and velvety style.
Put those days of drinking sub-par brews behind you with Buoy Beer Company’s Cream Ale, this full-bodied beauty is ranked in the Top 40 of its style on BeerAdvocate. And Lager lovers dig this brew, leaving it rave reviews like Trip Advisor’s @Man0fC0nstants0rr0w who calls it a “Cream Ale to die for” and BeerAdvocate’s @Ricke who says it’s “Smooth, easy but with that extra body and flavor not often seen in a Cream.”
The brew is incredibly inviting with fresh herbal nuances in the aroma. Buoy Cream Ale walks a fine line between flavor-rich and chuggable with notes of sweet grass, moist cornbread, and a crisp finish provided by hints of hoppiness.
One thing we cherish here at Tavour is our access to gems of lesser known styles, and how brews like Buoy’s Cream Ale have the power to redefine a perception previously controlled by grocery store staples. This brew has the gusto get you hooked on Cream Ales for good.
The #38 Ranked Cream Ale on BeerAdvocateCanned on 1/12/18